- 8.1: Show the contents of the array of integers 5 7 4 9 8 5 6 3 each tim...
- 8.2: Repeat Exercise 1, but use an insertion sort instead.
- 8.3: Repeat Exercise 1, but use a Shell sort instead.
- 8.4: a. Write pseudocode for a selection sort algorithm that selects the...
- 8.5: Repeat Exercise 4, but this time sort the array into ascending order
- 8.6: Revise the iterative method selectionSort, as given in Segment 8.6,...
- 8.7: Consider a revised selection sort algorithm so that on each pass it...
- 8.8: . A bubble sort can sort an array of n entries into ascending order...
- 8.9: How does the efficiency of the bubble sort compare to the other sor...
- 8.10: The bubble sort in Exercise 8 always makes n passes. However, it is...
- 8.11: Devise an algorithm that detects whether a given array is sorted in...
- 8.12: Imagine wanting to perform a selection sort on a collection of Comp...
- 8.13: Which recursive algorithms in this chapter are tail recursive?
- 8.14: As Segment 8.25 suggests, you can improve the efficiency of the She...
- 8.15: Suppose you want to find the largest entry in an unsorted array of ...
- 8.16: Consider the method insertInOrder, as given in Segment 8.11, that i...
- 8.17: Consider a class Person that has a string phoneNumber as a private ...
- 8.18: Consider a class Student that has private data fields for name, cla...

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